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Hindi B



Hindi  is the second most spoken language in the world after Mandarin.It’s estimated that nearly half a billion people worldwide speak this wonderful language. Hindi is one of the many languages in India that is considered to be an official language.Hindi  is also known as Hindi-Urdu or Hindustani and also has many dialects. Hindi derives from the Indo-European language family.


Curricular Objectives

Communicate clearly and effectively in a range of situations, demonstrating linguistic competence and intercultural understanding 

Use language appropriate to a range of interpersonal and/or cultural contexts

Understand and use language to express and respond to a range of ideas with accuracy and fluency

Organize ideas on a range of topics, in a clear, coherent and convincing Manner

Understand, analysis and respond to a range of written and spoken texts

Understand and use work of literature written in the target language of study (HL Only)

Learning Outcome

Students will be able to respond to written tasks using appropriate language, register and format.

Students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively in the context of their task.

                 Students will be able to orally describe and react to a visual stimulus, respond to questions and engage in a genera      l conversation using appropriate interactive skill.

Students will be able to demonstrate and understand written texts.

Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to understand the task and respond appropriately using a variety of text types.

Students will be able to interact with the teacher using a range of structure.

 Students will be able to develop a coherent response using a register appropriate to the task.



Teaching the Language B course should be supported in ways that are consistent with the IB learner profile and the pedagogical principles that underpin the IB programmers. The following strategies will enhance the student's capability to use the language.

Use the language for communication- Give priority to developing a natural use of the target language that emphasizes fluency, as well as accuracy.

Debate - This may lead for communication in social interactions, or when the language itself is being studied.

Learn phrases or “chunks” – Provide chunks of formulaic language for rote learning in the early stages of language acquisition

Provide maximum exposure to the language- Use the target language whenever possible which increases learner's ability to comprehend.

Encourage students to use the language actively- Provide varied and extended opportunities for learners to practise and work with the target language through both oral and written task.

Addressing each student's individual needs- Ensure that teaching takes into consideration the differences between individual learners. This includes planning and differentiation for different learning styles, motivation, aptitude and stages of learning.




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